Do you have a frequently runny nose? Do you also have nasal stuffiness?

How about these symptoms?

  • Post-nasal drip
  • Sneezing
  • Trouble sleeping due to nasal symptoms

It's called rhinitis, and when your symptoms occur frequently, it’s known as Chronic Rhinitis. The symptoms are caused by inflammation of the mucous membranes in your nose, which can be triggered by allergic and non-allergic sources.

Allergic Rhinitis, also known as hay fever, results from non-infectious triggers such as pollens, molds, dust mites, and animal dander. When you have a sensitivity to these triggers, your immune system responds by releasing chemicals that dilate blood vessels in your nose, resulting in:

  • Swollen Membranes
  • Sneezing
  • Congestion
  • Itchy eyes, nose and throat

Non-Allergic Rhinitis, also called vasomotor rhinitis, doesn’t involve your immune system. The results are similar to allergic rhinitis, though the exact cause is unknown. Triggers for non-allergic rhinitis can include:

  • Strong odors
  • Chemical fumes
  • Pollution
  • Changes in the weather, especially the cold
  • Cigarette smoke
  • Foods & beverages
  • Underlying health problems
  • Hormone changes
  • Certain medications
Frequently runny nose and nasal stuffiness are common symptoms of chronic rhinitis.

No matter what triggers your Chronic Rhinitis, the result is the same - suffering from runny nose and congestion!

If you're one of more than 24 million people in the U.S. who suffer with Chronic Rhinitis, there may be a solution...

If you are, and treatment sprays, drops and pills have failed to relieve your frustrating runny nose, we have good news for you! Dr. Franklyn Gergits, of the Sinus and Allergy Wellness Center of North Scottsdale, is one of the selected physicians in the country that can offer you a new and innovative treatment option performed right in the office.

It’s called ClariFix® Cryotherapy.

ClariFix® treatment takes a different approach and goes to the root of the problem - your inflamed nasal tissue and underlying nerves. By using cryotherapy to cool your frequent runny or stuffy nose, you get long-term relief from a convenient, efficient procedure, at an in-office or surgical setting, that really works! The procedure takes about 5-10 minutes with minimal discomfort or bleeding.

Seek help for your chronic rhinitis today from Dallas' most trusted ENT office.
Patients have had success with our procedure

"You gave me a whole new outlook on life."

"My nose used to be so stuffy, and now it is perfect. I tell everyone who has a problem with their nose to come see you."

Please note:  Every patient is unique, and your results may vary.

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"I can finally breathe and smell better."

"It is a fantastic feeling! I always tell everyone what a wonderful job Dr. Gergits has done."

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"You have saved my life!  I can finally breathe again."

"I tell anybody that will listen to me that this worked great for me and really changed my life. Thank you so much Dr. Gergits!"

Patient Success Stories

Please note:  Every patient is unique, and your results may vary.

In a clinical study, 4 out of 5 people reported long-lasting relief from their constant sinus drip and congestion with ClariFix®.

ClariFix® is clinically-proven, minimally invasive and is a safe, effective procedure that takes less than 30 minutes to treat your worst rhinitis symptoms. A small handheld device is placed in your nose endoscopically and uses a cryotherapy balloon to quickly freeze a small area that is often responsible for your frustrating nasal symptoms. Most patients begin to see major improvement as soon as 7 to 30 days post-treatment.

Now you can stop the drip and unclog your nose with real relief – ClariFix®!

Woman can breathe easier and stop worrying about runny nose after Clarifix

Find Out How ClariFix® Can Provide Welcome Relief for Your Chronic Rhinitis Symptoms!

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